DRIVE is a film that could have easily been made by Michael Mann in the height of his 80’s neo noir phase. It would have starred William Petersen, Robert Prosky, Tom Noonan, Dennis Farina – the seminal Mann players. 416 more words
There’s nothing like a birthday to bring old pals together again.
Bryan Cranston recently turned 60 and to celebrate Jimmy Kimmel threw him an epic party with his former Breaking Bad co-stars Aaron Paul and Bob Odenkirk. 130 more words
Jay Roach, the director of HBO’s “All the Way,” said that the movie shows a “striking difference” between the “can-do-ism” of the 1960s and the “can’t-do-much-ism of contemporary politics.” 331 more words
Wondering what to do tonight? In or Out is the daily answer to that question from Gazette music contributor Erik Leijon and writer/editor Denise Duguay. 166 more words